Brian Huff is recent graduate of Loyola School of Law. Brian worked in CAIR-Chicago’s civil rights division as a Law Clerk for the Spring 2018 session, and is returning under a fellowship from the Asian American Bar Association while he studies for the Illinois bar. He is an Indiana native who completed his undergraduate studies at Indiana University – Bloomington. Prior to joining CAIR, Brian studied criminal appellate advocacy while clerking at the Legal Resources division of the Cook County Public Defender’s Office, and the Office of the State Appellate Defender. Brian originally intended on practicing criminal law, but recent trends in U.S. politics have shifted his interests to immigration and civil rights. He saw joining CAIR as the perfect opportunity to practice in these areas of the law, and familiarize himself with the issues facing the Muslim community. Brian has taken great pride in his time at CAIR, and has enjoyed helping respond to the legal needs of the Chicago Muslim community. In his free time, Brian enjoys sketching, caring for his cat Molly, internet debates, and forcing people listen to him talk about comic books and how he would have written the last few Superman movies. Even when they don’t want to.